Is it ever OK to look at pornography at work? The question was raised in debates on social media this year in the wake of harassment allegations against powerful men — some of whom allegedly forced female colleagues to look at explicit images.

Partner Anthony Sakrouge appears in the Financial Times stating the debate is twofold.

The consequences of looking at pornography at work is available to read on the Financial Times website. 

Anthony is head of the employment team, which has been described by The Legal 500 as delivering "an outstanding level of service". He acts for both employers and employees, specialising in contentious work and negotiations relating to the complex starting and leaving packages of directors and other senior employees. He advises on and handles disputes involving bonuses, entitlements under incentive plans, breach of contract, restrictive covenants, confidentiality, the duty of fidelity, commission, share disputes, discrimination, whistle-blowing and unfair dismissal. He has extensive experience of litigation in both the Employment Tribunals and the Courts.